For many, UnixWare®*
Office Mail Server represents an affordable alternative to Microsoft
Exchange. Companies such as Michaels - the craft store, Pallet One
- the largest wooden pallet manufacturer in North America, and City
of Pacific Grove in Northern California, have deployed the UnixWare
Office Mail Server because its advantages over traditional mail
UnixWare Office Mail Server is specifically designed to be compatible
with Microsoft Outlook and other popular mail clients. As a result,
businesses can deliver complete messaging and time management without
any user retraining or desktop software updates. The simple Outlook
interface enables users to quickly set up shared resources without
Known worldwide for providing key infrastructure for the day-to-day
business operations of internationally recognized organizations,
such as McDonald's and NASDAQ, SCO has built its reputation around
the reliability of its software. This tradition continues with UnixWare
Office Mail Server which today powers organizations in government,
retail, and manufacturing sectors.
EASY TO USE
Day-to-day mail server administration should not require a specialized
system administrator or expensive training. UnixWare Office Mail
Server provides office staff with a browser-based Server Manager
that is designed to be used by anyone. Simple-to-use interfaces
are provided for every day tasks such as adding users and managing
mailing lists. UnixWare Office Mail Server also includes an easy-to-use
User Preferences Manager. With this tool, end-users can set local
mailing lists, spam protection, forwarding, vacation alerts, and
passwords right from their Web browser without help from a designated
With the UnixWare Office Mail Server 2.0 release, the Volution
Messaging Server product is renamed UnixWare Office Mail Server.
The 2.0 release is available bundled with SCO UnixWare 7. The server
was designed to be implemented by a reseller/channel integrator.
* UnixWare, used under an exclusive license, is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the
United States and other countries.